Count Julian

Exiled in Tangiers, cut off from home and country, the narrator of Count Julian rants against the homeland he was forced to leave: Spain. The second novel in Juan Goytisolo’s trilogy (including Marks of Identity and Juan the Read on! →



These poems by Carlos Fuentes Lemus (1973-1999), son of the author of Terra Nostra and Christopher Unborn, are an introduction to the unique voice of a sensitive but unsentimental young poet who became aware of his mortality at a very early age . . . Read on! →

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Quarantine, a novel by one of Spain’s most provocative writers, recounts the forty days in which, according to Islamic tradition, the soul wanders between death and eternity, still in possession of a tenuous, dreamlike body. After the unexpected death… Read on! →


Context N°22

  • Reading Stanley Crawford's Log of the S.S. The Mrs Unguentine
  • The Making of John Ashbery and James Schuyler’s A Nest of Ninnies
  • Interview with Micheline Aharonian Marcom
  • Reading Rikki Ducornet

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